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MSNBC
Jan 16, 2011 7:30am EST
other. >>> one year ago, laurie pennic, mother of three, and an entrepreneur with what she knew was a great idea was packing her bags to go to the consumer electronics show, or ces for the very first time. >> i love technology and love gadgets, so i would watch it every year and think, that would be so incredible to get to go to ces. just a few months before, laurie had an oprah-induced epiphany while she was on the treadmill. >> one of my girlfriends called me and said her husband had lost another iphone. and i started thinking, there's got to be a way -- >> with help from her husband, laurie's aha moment moved from inspiration to business. >> everybody said, do you know how large the market is for something like this? this is a global business you're talking about. and so when i got over that shock, we started to concentrate on what it would take. >> in that moment, the zomm was born, named for zachary, olivia and madison's mom. the concept was a simple wireless leash, to help locate those impossible-to-find cell phones. although they had a great idea, laurie and henry's next idea
SFGTV
Jan 20, 2011 6:30am PST
will have to be amended. >> i have a question for john and laurie. on the category of the evaluation criteria and as a requirement upon sale, who and where does the report come into play as to a requirement for -- on the deed, and/or by real estate disclosure item, or -- i'm just asking whose court is it going to be on? >> this is a policy question still unresolved, still up in the air, and there is no answer to your question. that is the issue that will be with the cao's office. they will come up with guidelines. the issue right now is how do we move forward with our seismic retrofit efforts? we need to have that happen. we know there is vulnerability. we want to identify the most vulnerable buildings, make sure we do not bother the owners of buildings that are not as vulnerable. and we took a look around and we saw that one group of building owners who did not have much of a problem was the loma buildings because you have sophisticated lenders, sophisticated buyers, tenants, what have you, and there was a flow of information in the marketplace that worked very well on many of those
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2011 6:30pm PST
approving amendment no. 1 to domestic terminals food and beverage lease with laurie steiner international -- lori's diner international. item 29 is a resolution approving and authorizing an agreement for purchase and sale of real estate to obtain two permanent, exclusive, subsurface easements from cargill inc. for the purpose of constructing the same -- san francisco public utilities commission water system improvement program. commissioner chiu: the resolution is adopted. >> item 30, authorizing the director of public works to execute an amendment to a professional construction management services agreement for the san francisco general hospital rebuild program. commissioner chiu: this resolution is adopted. >> item 31 is a resolution approving the two specialty store lease. >> colleagues, same house, same call? this item is approved. if you could call items 32 and 33. >> 32 is a resolution authorizing an amendment to the public utilities commission contract for sunol valley regional construction management servicesitem 33 is a resolution authorizing an amendment to the pub
NBC
Jan 18, 2011 11:00pm PST
ig diest laurie. we're tracking fog and also details on a warming seven-day forecast. that you don't think you're gonna be here till the end, that breaks my heart. >>> when i hear that you don't think you're going to be here till the end, that breaks my heart. push! fight! >> "the biggest loser" getting bigger. meet two new trainers, kara and brett. brett is a trainer to the stars and the force behind that 90-day diet plan. kara is a boxing champion from the big apple. stephanie stanton shows us how they're adding more muscle to the show. >> reporter: for weeks they've been called the unknown. two new trainers whose identities have finally come to light. it's the first time brett and kara have seen themselves on the show. they got to watch their big reveal at a viewing party among friends in hollywood. >> i've still got to pinch myself. it's been a secret and not tell anybody over two months and it's been really difficult. >> i can hear you, working out with the contestants. it happened a couple months ago and kind of reliving it, it's pretty crazy. >> reporter: kara is a two-t
PBS
Jan 24, 2011 10:00pm PST
at play let's pick up whe in the loughner case, we are joined by laurie levenson, professor of criminal law at loyola law school, and a former federal prosecutor. this whole question about competency. we heard this kind of disturbing story of him coming to court today, laughing as if to himself. we've heard lots of other stories about him. at what point does that begin to enter into the determination of the court about what charges to bring and how he's to be prosecuted? >> well, i think that the judge even today asked judy clark the defense lawyer, are there issues of competency? she said not at this time. i think they're trying to sort this out. eventually they might send him out for a competency exam. they would send him to a hospital prison institution to be evaluated. that could take months. and determine whether he really understands the proceedings and can participate. if he can't, he's sent to the institution to get better. then when he is better they'll have the proceedings. but if he's competent they'll just move forward. >> ifill: not at this time. that doesn't exclu
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2011 11:00am EST
could afford all this weaponry with a spotty employment weapon. laurie roberts is a reporter. i think your paper has been doing amazing reporting. >> thank you. >> i appreciate you coming in. this is not a kid who has held down a job or a high-paying job, is it. >> this is a kid who just a couple months ago was in one of oun unemployment centers looking for work and got thrown out of the place just like he did many of his jobs he had. working as a busboy at a red robin or working as a sandwich guy at a quiznos. >> for almost any 22-year-old $1,000 is a lot of money and police on the money trail. have we gotten any indication where this money might have come from? >> how did he get that money and why did we sell him that gun? >> talk a little bit more about what we've learned about his time at community college because it does seem over a period of months there was a pretty strong deterioration in his mental state that was known by his professors and by fellow students and by campus police. >> well, absolutely. at the point where you heard that prealgebra professional talk about if he
CNN
Jan 24, 2011 5:00am EST
as common place as the microwave, but will you be able to afford it. laur laur laur laurie segal has more on that. >> i'm here with chef david arnold at the french culinary institution. you're playing around with a cool technology, the 3-d food cultivator. >> you take any form of paste. that's the kibd of thing you have to get. you get it into a syringe and it will make it into any shape you want. as long as you create it in the computer, you can make it through whatever you can put in the sir rinne j. we're doing things with icing, cookie does, things like that. the only real limitation now is that the product has to be able to duo through a sir rinne j. other than that, the sky's the limit. here it's a little more sturdy now that it's been steamed. so that's the -- e e-mail going to fry it. don't worry. >> i'm a graduate student and cornell university and i'm the lead of this project. this is an open source 3-d printer. what it means we give away all the blue prints and technology to build your own, sell your own or innovate with it. the basic innovation behind is it is it allows y
NBC
Jan 22, 2011 3:05am EST
cast and crew. really well -- >> jim: hugh laurie is a very famousomedian in engla. a lot of people don't know tt here in america. >> he is a true renaissance man. >>immy: he is a funny guy, isn'he? >> insanely smart. >> jimmy: we have to see -- we have a clip of here -- of you in "house." here's candice bergen in "house. >> i'mired all the time. and whent's cold, i get this weird pa in my shoulder. >> i have a pn in my leg. you don't hear mcomplaining, except for just now. >> w do doctors get this id you're better than everyone else? >> probab all that pulling eople back from the brink of death. it's just a guess. >> my own daughter is a doctor. e makes a hobby dismissing my concerns. >> she sounds smart >> did she tell you to say that? >> i've never met your daught. that's hard to believe since ou're currently shtooping her. laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. i can't tell you how much again i love you so much. come back whenever. i now you play boggle, so next me you come on, would love a boggle-off with yo >> it's a challenge. >> jimmy: is that good? >> yeah. >
FOX
Jan 26, 2011 10:00pm EST
it is not necessary. but laurie writes. absolutely. we need to do everything we can to protect our children. go to foxbaltimore.com and let us know what you think. you can tell us on facebook. or send us a tweet at fox baltimore. you can text us at 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no and we will hear more responses tonight on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> daunting task finding jurors in an animal cruelty case where a pit bull was set on fire. but the jury was finally seated today. two brothers, traverse and trueman accused of dousing the dog, phoenix, & with gas and setting him on fire. potential jurors were dismissed. >> basically they listened to whatever happened to the animal. your bias is going to go out the window right there anyway. so it is going to be hard for you to say, oh, maybe he didn't do it, because whatever was done to the animal is going to be stuck in your head. >> the brothers pleaded not guilty. 38 witnesses may be called to testify in this case. >> >> baltimore city employees caught drinking and gambling on the job. myranda stephens tells us how t
FOX
Jan 13, 2011 10:00pm EST
say no. laurie wrote on our facebook earlier this evening. no, this is insane. jessica wrote. no, didn't the governor run his campaign on education? just go to foxbaltimore.com and tell us what you think. you can sound off through facebook. send us a tweet. text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no and your response may air at 11:00 on the "late edition." >> in tonight's waste watch report. a state audit uncovers thousands of dollars in missing state owned equipment. the report shows that the department of general services lost, at least, $63,000 in sensitive electronic equipment. including computers. auditors were unable to locate 20 of the 25 pieces of equipment selected for the audit. >> this was a very high number, and this is the agency that sets the regulations for the other state agencies to file for property and equipment. >> the department of general services could not explain why the items were missing. it is our duty to hold elected officials accountable. and you can help us i do that by joining our fox 45 news waste watch. if you have a story
CNN
Jan 4, 2011 3:00pm EST
she had asked him to do. here is laurie taylor with our affiliate wjw. >>. >> reporter: beulah mike isn't in a good place right now. her 46-year-old daughter debra mcvay was killed sunday night and her 10-year-old grandson is being held in connection with the death. >> he's a bad kid. there's good in him, yeah. >> reporter: it was here in this converted garage on township road 511 in big prairie just west of millersburg where investigators say the 10-year-old grabbed a 22 caliber rifle and shot his mother to death. his 15-year-old sister was standing nearby when it happened. she's asked that we not show her face. >> went in his room and obviously he got the gun and loaded it. >> reporter: the young girl says her little brother and mom were arguing sunday evening over chores. the 10-year-old was supposed to bring in the firewood and the little girl says he wasn't happy about it. >> he stood in the doorway. >> reporter: and pulled the trigger? >> yes. >> reporter: after the gun went off, the 10-year-old ran to a neighbor's home for help. >> reported to him that he need s. the squad an
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2011 6:00am EST
time to share your story with us this morning. i would like now to recognize laurie present. welcome to the committee -- bresnan. thank you for taking the time to share your story with us. >> i want to think chairman miller, leader pelosi, democrat leadership and committee members for this opportunity to testify. i'm here today from san louis, missouri. by 22-year-old son is a full- time college student, works part time, and is a hemophiliac patients with food allergies. he is vulnerable to serious complications and conditions. prior to protection, he could not stay on my family's insurance passed this coming june when he turns 23. we were concerned about the options that we had at that time. which were for him to go uninsured, hoping for the best, or pay huge premiums if we could find coverage for him at all. we have the right to keep him on our insurance until age 26, giving him time to finish college and get a full-time job. this law also assures that when that time comes he will have the insurance options available to him even with his pre-existing condition. repealing important
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2011 12:00pm EST
your mothers and so their mothers hoarded these chestnuts anesd lauries from the ministerf war came to villages all over town in london and they brought them down to the england and tipped the bins into the hopper and using weitzman's magic a trickle, a stream and a gush and torrent of pure acetone that put spiggets and taken down to it poole and doorset and turned into cordite and the guns started firing again and by the latef autumn of 1916, the whole calculus of war began slowly to change in britain's favor. submarines started to sink and we could rightly say at the end of winter, in february, march, april 1917 that far from losing the battle of atlantic, britain was winning theoo battle of the atlantic. so come april, may, the government feeling sort of somewhat smug and pleased with itself said, you know, the person that was the key to all of this was this strange gentleman up in manchester, professor -- odd name haim or chaim, we should give him a present. they said, a night night hood. we'll give him a knighthood. the only problem was that he was not british. he was a white r
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2011 12:00pm EST
judges seemed to like it. what is wrong with this world? is. >> laurie had an ah-ha moment when her friend lost their cell phone. they created an invention and it was a hit. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the 100% electric nissan leaf. ♪ innovation for the planet, innovation for all. i'm not just someone who's quitting with chantix and support... our kids go to school together. -we work together. -i'm in your cooking class. we play ball together. [ male announcer ] chantix is a non-nicotine pill proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. and you can even smoke during the first week. quitting on my own never seemed to be enough. this time it was different. this time i was ready. ready to take control. ready to talk to my doctor. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these symptoms or behaviors, stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depress
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2011 10:00am EST
. >>> time for the your business entrepreneur of the week. laurie had an ah-ha moment when a friend lost her cell phone. she and husband, henry, invented the wireless leash. they applied for the 2010 innovation award and won and were the hit of the convention. >> ( baby crying ) >> grandfather: our first grandson. >> father: he sees you. >> ( "imagine" by john lennon playing ) >> ( laughing softly ) >> ( woman speaking korean ) >> ( child speaking korean ) >> ( children chattering ) >> dwight d. eisenhower: in the goodness of time, all peoples will come to live together in a peace guaranteed... >> john lennon: ♪ you may say ♪ i'm a dreamer ♪ but i'm not the only one >> ( blowing whistle ) >> ♪ i hope someday... >> good night, baby. >> ♪ ...you'll join us ♪ and the world ♪ will be as one >> woman: together, we are the human network. cisco. [ male announcer ] this is lara. her morning begins with arthritis pain. that's a coffee and two pills. the afternoon tour begins with more pain and more pills. the evening guests arrive. back to sore knees. back to more pills. the da
MSNBC
Jan 21, 2011 2:00pm EST
nation is back in three minutes. >> time for the "your business" entrepreneur of the week. laurie had an aha moment when a friend lost her cell phone. she and husband henry invented the zom, a wireless leash. they applied for the 2010 consumer electronics show innovation award, won, and were the hit of the convention. ♪ just one bite opens a world of delight... ♪ ♪ a flavor paradise of delicious fishes ♪ ♪ friskies seafood sensations. ♪ feed the senses. but when i was diagnosed with prostate cancer... i needed a coach. our doctor was great, but with so many tough decisions i felt lost. unitedhealthcare offered us a specially trained rn who helped us weigh and understand all our options. for me cancer was as scary as a fastball is to some of these kids. but my coach had hit that pitch before. turning data into useful answers. we're 78,000 people looking out for 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. [ male announcer ] of some of the annoying symptoms menopause brings. go it's one a day menopause formula. the only complete multivitamin with soy iso
PBS
Jan 27, 2011 9:00pm PST
? >> it's not happening for anybody... >> narrator: laurie and betsy are both mothers and grandmothers who have been supporting their families. >> i've been doing an analysis of when am i going to run out of money... >> wow. >> and... and how many years. and i just spent a whole lot of money taking care of my mother. i was very generous with my family. i helped put... helped put people through college, helped keep people out of bankruptcy, and you know, thinking that that cash was going to be replenished. >> right. >> that cash it not going to be replenished. >> hi, trace. >> and how can i keep cutting back my spending? >> we'll be with you in just a few minutes, okay? >> narrator: according to deborah, she has noticed a big change in her clients in the last two years. >> i just see a lot of fear, a lot of sadness, a lot of concern. you worked very, very hard, you did everything you had to do, and it's just been struggle after struggle after struggle. >> oh, thank you. >> how you doing? >> narrator: traci and her husband struggled, and lost. >> what's doing, anything? >> mm-mm. just tr
CBS
Jan 26, 2011 7:00am EST
viewers. koep, first one is for you. this one comes from laurie, she sent us an e-mail asking when is the best time to buy a vehicle? >> and the short answer is, right now. >> hey. >> right now is a good time to buy. not only because the dealers are trying to get rid of their 2010 models and get deals on those. but also, loan rates for auto loans are at some of the lowest rates we have seen in two decades. so if you need to borrow money now is the time to buy a car. also, lots and lots of incentives. when you go in to buy that car ask about all the incentives. when you start shopping for the car go to a site like truecar.com where you can actually see, you pick out the car you want, you can see how much people are paying for that car in your area. >> oh. >> so you know what's a good deal and what's a bad deal. and what's like right in the middle. and then also go to some place like bankrate.com to find out the rates on those auto loans. >> not that i need a car right now. but i'm going to check it out because it sounds fun. rebecca, tina wrote in to us on facebook asking which jobs
CBS
Jan 31, 2011 7:00am EST
. it has awkward moments. i think that's why people root for it. chuck laurie the executive producer and jimmy burns, directed friends and cheers. i'm basically the weakest link. >> your secret is safe with me. i don't know that anybody would buy that. >> they find out i'm a comic, i'm gone. >> you talked about how people are rooting for it. there's also a lot that people can connect to in this show. >> right. >> were you ever concerned it would just end up being a show about people being overweight? >> no. because they said right from the beginning, it was just about two people that didn't think they were going to fall in love. they get to fall in love. and if you can't root for that you're kind of dead inside. but the beautiful thing about our cast is, you know, we're not ross and rachel. things don't work out for us. we're not perfect. and i think people are, they haven't been on tv since roseanne. and it's not just our characters, mine and melissa's. you have reno wilson who is the best friend who always gives you bad advice. you've got a train wreck of a mother in swoos zi kurtz
ABC
Jan 27, 2011 7:00am EST
took people to get home. laurie thank you for the recent message, her husband left work at 5:00 p.m. and did not get home until 9:00 p.m. as only four hours but it only 7 miles in four hours. he said what frustrated him the most was people abandoning their cars. we have heard that from the interviews. >> we talked to lisa baden about that about how unusual that is. they just are walking on the interstate. they have no other options. >> some of them dead rise. -- some of them get rides. one person abandons her car and she got a ride at the nearest off ramp. >> i was on metro last night and the lady sitting next to be said she hitchhiked to metro from her car. >> let's take a look at the accumulations from yesterday. tendentious in damascus, 9.1 inches in charlestown. let's go to doug hill in the weather center. >> we are taking a look at conditions with the sky bright thing up again. the thing to be concerned with tonight is especially sidewalks and driveways. try to get yours now clear today because we dropped into the mid 22 night and that will freeze solid. take a look at the grap
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2011 5:00pm EST
. other questions from the press? yeah. >> hi, laurie taylor friends public media. thank you for broadcasting on our station. my question is to president keel. the obama administration is relying more on the bipartisan fiscal commission. has ncai reached out to the commission and can you tell us a little bit about that relationship if you do have one? >> well, we've not reached out directly to the commission at. we intend to come as jackie mentioned, our board has met and we've developed some priorities and a list of action items that we want to present to them. that we want to explore ways that we can be involved. we expect to be at the table in these future negotiations. one of the things that we've asked for, even in the presidential summit in december, the president agreed with the tribal leaders that the office of management and budget would develop consultation arrangements with tribal leaders and tribal governments across the country. that is something that's been missing and been needing for a long time. tribal governments as you've heard offer tremendous potential in ter
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2011 6:00am EST
balance sheet to land. >> laurie carter from springfield rights in i have a government contract and been denied loans from six banks because i do not have collateral. what do you say to a person like that? is a role for senate or congress in that? [talking over each other] >> you get a little bit of blame passing the loan officer who is nervous getting pressure from management that we need to be tighter on our lending standards and the loan officer blamed on the regulator. we are trying to rebalance a little bit. human nature. everyone went too far one way and we're moving back but the notion simply that -- and don't think anyone would say just because you are not a government contracts and how we give some level of guarantee that means you will get a loan. they're still needs to be -- >> you talked about this idea that the market has to run its course. does this seem like a market that should be about to run its course or in that instance is there a role for government to grease the wheels or make something happen that ought to happen? >> the government is notoriously slow. i am not sur
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2011 1:00pm EST
with a pre-existing medical condition. because of the law, laury said, we are thrilled, we have the option to keep him on our insurance in the interim when families so often struggle to keep their kids covered. in a similar vein, alexander, a new graduate struggling to find work in this economy, even though he has two degrees, one in atmospheric science and one in social science, he wants to be a meteorologist, he said that if he lost his ability to stay on his parents' insurance plan until age 26, he would be faced with a choice. either to pay my student loans or to get health insurance. actually said, i would have little choice in the matter. i would need to pay down my college loans first and go uninsured. repeal as being suggested by republican colleagues would mean that over 1.2 million young americans like laurie's son and alexander would lose their insurance coverage that they receive through their parents' plan. we next heard from ed burke who has testified before. he told me had he -- me he had testified before speaker gingrich years ago. for much of his life ed burke has s
CSPAN
Jan 21, 2011 7:00am EST
immelt's of bed this morning in the "washington post." laurie -- lauren is joining us on the democrats line. caller: i am a commercial loan officer and i managed a portfolio on small businesses across this country. budget cuts, $250 billion is what i see on the screen over 10 years. -- what i see on the screen. and over 10 years, $2.5 billion. that is exactly the amount of money that the rich do not want to spend. they have been getting a socialized cut since 2001. we do not need one dime in tax cuts. we need revenue. that will balance our budget along with a lot of people who have already said cutting the military budget. it is over $1 trillion per year. back to 300 billion per year, which would still be the largest in the world. host: what did you say you did at the beginning? caller: i have a commercial loan officer for 30 years. i know what the budget is. it is over $3.5 trillion and revenue is not coming in because of all of these tax cuts. we do not need these cuts to people services in this country. every single person pays taxes and there are 300 million people now in
FOX News
Jan 25, 2011 6:00am EST
. >> steve: there you go. what did you think? laurie in ohio e-mailed us this, if you ban or make any gadget inoperable in a car, why stop with cell phones? take out the car radio, the cd player, gps units and tvs for your kids. you just can't start. >> brian: or take out the kids. >> steve: we can't stop with one gadget. >> gretchen: candy says this, what's next? the government will continue to protect ourselves from ourselves? who protects us from them? that's pretty deep for this early in the morning, but i get your point. >> brian: pete in ohio, can someone sponsor legislation to prevent my wife from telling me how to drive? that's great. >> steve: she's helping you out for your own good. we mentioned a moment ago the facebook movie, "social network" could win oscar nods later this morning out in hollywood. now it turns out sounds like insurance companies are going to your facebook site and looking at your pictures. for instance, if you are on disability and you got a bad back problem, and there you are hoisting a keg of beer to last weekend's party, don't be surprised if somebody
FOX
Dec 31, 2010 10:00pm EST
of >> emotions laurie aad her husband michael preserred over the years with snapshots of the delivery of each of tteir seven children. >> it is always fun tt ave a life. >>>but now,,just weeks awaa from learneddthe hospital, meredith medical center in hageestown marylaad wwll not allow the new pplicy bans photography, video and fiim in the delivvry room. baby is born.nutes after the >> i was very surprised. were trying to do this. >> the hospital said the policy protects patientss prrvvay and but laurii is not buying itt >> they have uuped yyur people that are allowed in the delivery room from two to five, so ii a camera is a distraction how is fiie people in the deelvery room not a distractton. >> miccael believes it ii a sliipery slope, one sttp back to the days whee fathers were not allowed. thhir pocket.as a camera in you will not get rid pictures. face it. to get id of the pictures, you have to get rii of the people. >> meredithhmedical center is not the first hospital with a picture policy. we checked a fewwin the area. and found washington adventist3 hospital also bans
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